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A night(mare) to remember

The nation is reeling from the 10-0 drubbing. The coach has resigned but THE GAFFER wants this to happen - A revamp in the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) structure!

The Perak conundrum

AT the start of the Super League season, Perak was riding high. The last five weeks, however, have seen the team drop eight places; its coach “rested” and side lambasted by the team patron. For fans, it’s been a nightmare.

The Ultimate sport

Many associate flying discs, trademarked Frisbee by toymakers Wham-O, with sun-soaked toss-and-catch sessions on the beach.

Malaysian football - the downward spiral

After Malaysia’s 6-0 defeat against Palestine, things look very bleak for our football. THE GAFFER pours his heart out on the current state of our national team.

How straight are you?

When does curvature of the penis become a problem? And what degree of curvature is perceived to be pathological?

What have you inherited from your parents?

One of the most prominent liberal ministers of the early 20th century, Harry Emerson Fosdick, once said: “Life consists not simply in what heredity and environment do to us but in what we make out of what they do to us”.

Time to move on

After an agonising eight months, Datuk Lee Chong Wei is free to compete in international tournaments, much to the relief of Malaysian badminton fans.

The Myth of Prince Albert

I confess, I come across genital piercing in my medical career all the time. However, the association of the piercing with the Prince Albert of Queen Victoria is often a myth I considered an urban legend with no solid foundation.

Ranking and development

The Malaysian national team is currently ranked 164 in the world and there are suggestions that we are worse off than teams like Timor Leste and Bhutan who have leapfrogged us.

‘Pearls’ in the pants

Due to lack of awareness, Pearly Penile Papules has been misdiagnosed as genital warts, herpes, syphilis and even cancer.